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Padres sign Yangervis Solarte to two-year deal with club options

The Padres on Friday announced they had signed infielder Yangervis Solarte to a two-year contract through the 2018 season. The deal includes two club options, which, if both are exercised, would cover one year of Solarte’s free agency. Solarte’s pact was the second significant deal of the day for...

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Tyson Ross to sign with Rangers

Right-hander Tyson Ross has agreed to a one-year deal with the Texas Rangers, according to an MLB.com report, officially marking the end of the one-time All-Star’s tenure with the Padres. Financial terms of the agreement are unknown. Ross entered free agency Dec. 2 when the Padres, not wishing...

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Padres nearing deal with Trevor Cahill

The Padres are nearing a deal with free-agent right-hander Trevor Cahill, sources said Thursday night. The Vista High graduate, primarily a reliever the last two seasons, is expected to compete for a rotation job with his hometown team. Cahill, 28, was effective in the Chicago Cubs’ bullpen last...

Padres Public

Picking Through The Free Agent Scrap Heap

The Padres don’t need to sign any more free agents. The goal, clearly, isn’t to win in 2017, and the team, as currently constructed, will probably be lucky to sniff 70 wins. Still, undervalued free agents can come in handy for a couple of reasons: 1) the Padres have to finish a 162-game season, and they may need more cavalry just to get there (especially on the pitching side), and 2) free agent rehabilitation projects can turn into valuable trade chips by late July. It’s hard to undersell just how important the Drew Pomeranz acquisition was. Though not actually a free agent pick-up, ...

CSN Bay Area

Report: Padres in talks with Giants free agent Jake Peavy

The Giants have a handful of free agents still on the market, but the division-rival Padres are reportedly in talks with a familiar face.San Diego

San Diego Union-Tribune

Padres exploring potential reunion with Jake Peavy

The Padres are exploring a potential reunion with one of the iconic arms in franchise history. Sources said the Padres have had discussions with free agent Jake Peavy, a veteran right-hander who began his career in San Diego and won the 2007 National League Cy Young Award here. Peavy is coming...